Arugula

(Eruca) This is a cold tolerant vegetable grown for its foliage. It is known as Argula, Rocket Salad, Roquette, Rucola and Rugula. It has deeply toothed leaves and looks a bit like slender, short-topped turnip greens. Its strong scent and flavor resemble peanuts. This plant belongs to the Mustard family, Cruciferae.…
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Arugula

A dark, spicy green used in many salads and sandwiches. Sometimes also known as rocket. Watercress is a good substitute.
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arugula

(species Eruca vesicaria sativa), Mediterranean annual herb, of the mustard family (Brassicaceae), naturalized in parts of North America. Arugula ...
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arugula

A Mediterranean plant, with green, multiple-lobed leaves, belonging to the mustard family and commonly used as a salad green. It has a hot, peppery, sharp taste and is a very popular ingredient for Italian dishes. The seeds of the plant are used for flavoring oils, while the greens are good complements to salads, soups, sandwiches, and a variety of...
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arugula

(ah-ROO-guh-lah) - It is also known as rocket, rulola, Italian cress, and roquette. It is a delicate salad green that is related to mustard. When the leaves are young, they are tender and nutty, with a subtle peppery flavor The leaves look like radish leaves. The white blossoms are also edible. It is used as a salad green, as a garnish, and in com....
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